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Knitting Pattern for Little Knittington Village - Toy town includes instructions for knitting the Village Cross, cars, people, petrol pumps, walls, fences, animals, plants, vegetables, Church, Tractor and Telephone Box. A template for houses is included but not specific knitting instructions as these can be knitted in a similar fashion to the church. Designed by Georgina Manvell. Available in digital or print.
The English Town Made of Wool
Welcome to the village of Mersham, England idyllically situated in the rolling hills of Kent. It is a traditional English village in most senses, with quaint houses, gardens, pubs and a church. The only thing is, it is made entirely out of wool. It is a replica of the town knitted by hand by a group of ladies 23 years ago.
Medieval Village Needle Felted Set by McBride House
The entire Medieval Village together. I think they would look really nice on a fireplace mantel, a piano top or even shelves. From left to right: The Small Stone Country Church, the Rose Cottage and the Crofters Cottage. The Stone Cottage, the Tudor House and one of the 3 trees that comes with the set.
A close-knit community: Meet the ladies who've spent years stitching their entire Kent village
At first sight, this looks like a classic British village. But on closer inspection, things don't look quite right. In fact, the whole thing looks rather, well . . . home-made.
Knitting enthusiasts create woolly model of their village
May Aitcheson's army of knitting enthusiasts have created an impressive model of Cloughmills, the tiny village, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, where they live.
LITTLE KNITTINGTON village toy knitting pattern by Georgina Manvell pdf download
This is PDF download for the pattern NOT the finished village VINTAGE "LITTLE KNITTINGTON" by Georgina Manvell. This lovely knitted village is the work of Georgina Manvell who created it for the Home & Country magazine in 1986. It includes the patterns for the cars, people( standing and sitting),petrol pumps, walls, fences, ducks, pigs, sheep,(no pattern for the pony or tractor) shaggy plants, cauliflowers, lettuces, leeks and carrot tops and a pattern for the Knittington High Cross…